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CSPAN
Feb 8, 2013 7:00pm EST
sunday running for cars yourself and being one of the problem solvers and kevin jarvis. thank you for having is. [applause] >> congressman. >> take all of you for being here. we have a long history of doing, i think, what "no labels" is trying to do, work across the aisle, work in a bipartisan manner. we actually have health care changes in my state that both republicans and direct press report -- support, educational stuff going on that republicans and democrats support. unlike a car receptivity years ago it was astonishing how little interaction there was avoid of an opportunity to talk to another member of a different party is hopefully now going to be filled with this "no labels" group. i am sitting next to my good friends here in congress, to republicans that tolerate my existence, which i appreciate kindly. [laughter] but the forum to do this is not in congress. "no labels" is really an opportunity, believe it or not, congressmen and women have to sit down together and understand how we to other things, what their districts are all about because it is not all about myself ta
CSPAN
Feb 5, 2013 12:00pm EST
easily shut down which have the room will relate to and the other half will shut down. >> kevin mathews from oklahoma. my question is to ms. davies. the question on the type one and tied to thinking and the way that we are influenced in the fact that we have the implicit bias, when we use the tight to thinking and the rationale, has your research shown that that actually makes a difference in the way people will act and specifically when we talking about voting, these things to their stated value as we said before, the stated values of having a safe republic and costing less when we cater to that type of thinking has your research show that is effective in making the change or do we know that's the way people think? >> it can make a difference if it is informed, if it is informed and a local thinking. but a lot of thinking that we do, we think of as rationale that it's actually quite irrational. so it depends on whether a police officer who is engaged in a particular police practice, for example, understand the way that practice operates structurally, and also the officer may be suscept
CSPAN
Feb 1, 2013 8:00pm EST
statement, which have full relate to and the other one not. >> representative kevin mathews from oklahoma. my question is to ms. davies. the type one in type two types of thinking the way we influence and the fact we haven't listed bias, when we use the type to thinking and rationale, has your research showed that it actually make the difference in the way people will act? specifically talking about voting and tying these things to the value of having a safer public and their stated values of cost in lives when we cater to the type two type of thinking, has your research on this effect could take you to change or do we just now that's the way people think? >> well, he can make a difference if it's informed, analytical thinking. but a lot of thinking that we do, we think of his rational that is actually quite irrational. so it really depends whether a police officer engaged in a particular police practice, for example, understands the way that cracked this operates structurally and also that the opposite may be susceptible to implicit bias when engaged in a practice. he may be thinking abo
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